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and showers really spotty around san rafael heading down towards the east bay. fremont, milpitas around highway 680. you can see light showers. winds not as strong but we do have a flash flood watch. we're expecting several inches of rain. smaller streams may overtop banks. these are the areas, another strong storm will dump heavy rain on saturated ground. more than eight inches in the northern end of sonoma county. santa rosa six and a half inches. san francisco, two inches. san jose receiving an inch and a third. you can see towards livermore almost two inches of rain, nobody escaping the rain or the wind. winds were gusty here golden gate bridge, 60 miles per hour. 11 p.m. saturday night, stormiest weather north. as you're sleeping early morning hours 5:00 a.m. sunday, north bay getting pounded with heavy wind and rain. it shifts across the bay area, then really continues into the south and east bay. santa cruz mountains at 9:00 a.m. we have radar on mount st. helena. i'll be back to tell but a high surf advisory. how much rain and with we might get a break. >> thank you. >> t
. and certainly down through fremont. san jose we talked about the light showers and around morgan hill, the coast. so, you know, things aren't going to change significantly until we get into this system and then behind it. so the rain will really give us a break throughout the afternoon but look at all the cloud cover. we've got a big area that is going to move in over us, bringing us the heavy rain and the gusty winds. mostly while you are sleeping into tomorrow morning. it's 60 in fremont, 66 in los gatos and wind gusts 30 miles an hour in san jose. oakland breezy to gusty winds. hayward a south gust up to 32. showers on and off throughout the day today. heavy rain and wind arrive overnight tonight into tomorrow morning and flood warnings for the rivers of the north bay. we also have a flash flood watch through tomorrow night for several inches of rain predicted here for the north bay. we are looking at smaller streams that may overtop their banks and storm drains may be overwhelmed from the santa cruz mountains, monterey bay and the coastline. so hopefully if you had a chance, i saw a lot of f
championship game going on now in palo alto and fremont union city and hayward getting light showers, as well. the russian river will see a significant water level rise this weekend. almost the flood stage. it's under a flood watch but right now the latest forecast from the weather service is calling for the 1.6 feet below flood stage. the one area under a flood watch, the russian river. there is a flash flood watch all week for the north bay and coastal mountains. the ground is saturated and there's a lot more rainfall coming. there is a flash flood watch all weekend for the area. there is a large area of low pressure to the north and west guiding all this tropical moisture all the way from hawaii to san francisco and the bay area. now we have the next batch of moisture their will move around the bottom or the base of this trough of low pressure right into the bay area about this time tomorrow. so tomorrow night and most of the day on sunday, is going to be a soaker but that's the last batch moving through. we have been numbering them and that will be round three. how much rainfall? you're p
as the 80 fremont ramp in the far distance. and the percent for art piece, this is a representation, we worked with the arts commission to identify something in particular here, but it sort of is a marker and icon in the space. the plaza itself as i mentioned is quite flexible and simple. there are some dedicated seating spaces that are multi-sided so that the users can integrate with the plaza as well as with the park. we have a play space nearby that is intended to be engaged. another view looking from tehama space across the plaza. >> commissioners, we want to be rerespectful of your time. we're going over a couple minutes. if i can put the video back up for just a moment. briefly stated you can see some slides on the economic contribution of this project to the city and county of san francisco [speaker not understood] $6 million. taxes between 18 and $38 million on an annualized basis for 10 years whether it's a rental or for sale. i'm going to go through these very, very quickly. i think you probably are a little more interested in learning about the community outreach we've done.
within 20-minute walk, we all know what the behavior of people who are going to get off at fremont and harrison, circle close and expand out from there. those people are coming in just as everybody else is trying to get out. it's going to create complete chaos. [speaker not understood]. the behavior is going to be different than giants fans who can be trained to take transit. i'll submit the rest of my comments to you. speaker kim. >> thank you. thank you, mr. [speaker not understood]. >>> good afternoon, walter [speaker not understood] with the carpenters. through the city, you see a lot of work going on, you see the sky cranes. there are still a lot of people not working. these people are ready to go to work. we have a [speaker not understood] right now ready to go to work with all trades. san francisco needs the arena, san francisco needs the warriors, san francisco needs the work. >> thank you. >>> [speaker not understood], with the south of market business association. [speaker not understood] and we have a good chance to have a jewel added to the city that we live in. i think
rainfall south novato boulevard. it's slick in spots. around south bay, east bay, spotty showers. fremont parkway, light rainfall returns. here is a look at storm three. it's developing in the pacific getting in here this weekend. so tomorrow afternoon, just some showers if you have outdoor plans, temperatures upper 50s to mid-60s then as we look ahead to sunday there is a big game going on. raiders will be playing at coliseum up against browns. at 1:25, i think clouds will be there but rain shifted out. 59 at 1:25. if you're heading to the game make sure you bundle up. the heaviest rain late saturday night, sunday morning. that is when you'll need to watch out. >> duchess of cambridge went back to school for a visit telling teachers and students at st. andrews school her 10 years there were among the happiest of her life. that is where she met her husband. then displayed her field hockey skills in three inch high boots. she was captain of the field hockey team at school. today's event she revealed her nickname was squeak. >> okay. >> yes. >> pretty good in the boots. on the field. >> yes
areas where traffic is stopped. flooding closed highway 12 mud slide at highway 84 in fremont brought traffic to stand still. >> we find out what the problems as quickly as possible to dispatch the right people and the right equipment. >>reporter: chp responded quickly to the accident on westbound 5 80 and believe the driver may have been going too fast for weather and road conditions. car flipped on impact and the driver was taken to the hospital. less than 20 minutes after that accident was cleared there was another. just west of the golf link road exit. 4 lane of traffic reduced to 3 while chp worked to clear the way for drivers. >> jack london square, abc 7 news. >> police in west sacramento believe the storm was factor in the traffic death of a pg&e employee early this morning. the driver lost control of his truck and slammed into a traffic light around 1:40. co-workers say he had been working over time. >> route 12 and highway 121 closed in sonoma county because of flooding. wayne has that story. >>reporter: more specifically here's how they look today. the automobile aban
. the bridges and over into oakland, alameda, san elan degree, and wet weather toward union city and fremont and light showers through campbell, los gatos and back westward, the coast and the santa cruz mountains. it will be like this on and off throughout the day. the heavy rain tonight so a flash flood watch through tomorrow night for the north bay. and some localized flooding and flood warning for the rivers of the north bay. and then it's behind us as soon as tomorrow afternoon. >> all right. everyone be safe out there in the meantime. thank you, lisa, and thank you for joining us on on the abc7 saturday morning news. abc7 news continues at 8:00 a.m. you asked for it and now the exclusive alarm clock app is available on your android phone >>> good morning, america. this morning, the pineapple express. sounds nice. but this weather highway is now funneling three, nasty storms right into the northwest. 20 inches of rain, possible mudslides, thousands without power. >>> from fastbreak to fast break-in.
canyon, wet roadways. through moraga and hayward. strerona road into fremont. wet roadways and 280 the poor visibility and light showers around alpine road. sunnyvale and get set for rain in milpitas. santa cruz mountains has been a wet day there. very poor visibility. look at all the moisture. a lot of this is just going underneath the radar beam. there is so much moisture out there that some of this light rain continues to fall for the next couple of hours. then we'll get into that frontal band. right now the winds are gusting up to 32 miles an hour. an hour and 35 minute delays at sfo. it is nasty right now. a little break today. i hope we can get out and clean up more of those storm drains. 60 in livermore and san jose because the strongest is yet to come. showers on and off today with heavy rain and wind tonight through tomorrow morning. have plans tomorrow evening, bring an umbrella, past 10:00, we'll get into heavier downpours that has allowed for flood warnings for napa river and through guerneville. this is flood watch. we're talking one to three inches in the east bay. yo
showers in fremont. san jose dry, morgan hill with a few scattered showers and along the peninsula, san francisco in to the south bay and along the coastline, pacifica getting wet. half moon bay dry but you can expect scattered showers as well. the satellite, radar, we have this moving through. this is going to be pretty much the most we see for this morning. behind us we will get a bit of a break that you can see that moisture plume just a river of moisture that will continue driving our way and by tomorrow morning, the bulk of this third and final round of rain will come our way. giving you a look. dealing with the scattered showers but by midmorning mostly cloudy but mostly dry. we have a lot of moisture in the air, a few scattered showers a possibility but by sunset here comes more of a steady light rain and into tomorrow morning there is the wallup over the north bay. into 7:00 it's now shifting. at this time tomorrow morning we will be dealing with this, very heavy, rain at times, into the south bay at 9:00 noontime, still a little hanging on but look to the north bay already star
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